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The highest finish in the team's history was in 2000, when it tied for first place in Division B. The team that year consisted of 14 students from Palos Verdes Peninsula HS and one student from Long Beach Poly HS.
 
The highest finish in the team's history was in 2000, when it tied for first place in Division B. The team that year consisted of 14 students from Palos Verdes Peninsula HS and one student from Long Beach Poly HS.
  
This team last competed under this name in 2002. Since that time several students at PV Peninsula HS have competed as members of the [[Southern California ARML]] team.
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This team last competed under this name in 2002. Since that time several students at PV Peninsula HS have competed as members of the [[Southern California ARML]] team, which meets at Southern California University.
 
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Revision as of 17:21, 24 October 2011

Peninsula South Bay ARML was a Southern California team that competed from 1995 through 2002. The "Peninsula" in the title refers to the Palos Verdes Peninsula, and most members of the team were students at Palos Verdes Peninsula High School. The team was founded by Lauren Williams, who was herself a high school student at the time.

The highest finish in the team's history was in 2000, when it tied for first place in Division B. The team that year consisted of 14 students from Palos Verdes Peninsula HS and one student from Long Beach Poly HS.

This team last competed under this name in 2002. Since that time several students at PV Peninsula HS have competed as members of the Southern California ARML team, which meets at Southern California University.

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